Support for those affected by the Ukrainian crisis

Ukraine flagOur partner organisation, London Plus, is building a list of organisations, particularly those that are London-based, for signposting and matching support for those affected by the Ukraine crisis.

Access the document here

If you know of any organisations or community groups in your area that provide any type of help and support for Ukrainian Londoners or those in Ukraine, whether as part of their core or supplementary work, please email info@londonplus.org and they can add them to the publicly facing document.

Please consider that many Ukrainian-specific organisations and groups will have limited capacity to take requests as well as offers of support. Therefore, we encourage you to also look at other international organisations in neighbouring countries that might help Ukrainian refugees.

Please include: the name of the organisation, weblink (if applicable), email/contact number, and a brief description of what services the organisation offers.

Please note the list is a working document and not yet complete.

How you can help:

​​British-Ukrainian Aid, a charity that helps people injured or displaced by the conflict, has opened an appeal to raise £20,000 for medical supplies.

Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) is calling for donations to support the protection of journalists in Ukraine following the invasion.

The Help Ukraine Emergency Appeal from The Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain (AUGB)’s Go Fund Me has been backed by several Ukrainian organisations in the UK.

Help continue to fund English-language journalism in Ukraine by donating to the Kyiv Independent at its Patreon or GoFundMe accounts.

Save the Children’s appeal for donations will allow them to respond quickly in delivering essential humanitarian aid to children and their families, including cash grants, hygiene kits and safe education.

 

Further resources on our VCSEP page here